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November 23 - 27:  Thanksgiving Break
The building will be closed to the public during Thanksgiving week.  Should you need to speak to someone Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, please dial x 2322.

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The PSAT test will be given to interested sophomores and juniors on October 14th,  from 8am-11am.  The PSAT is given to inform students on how well they could do on the SAT, AP classes, and other college entrance exams.  For juniors, the PSAT is a qualifier for the National Merit Scholarship Program.  There are only 25 exams available for sophomores and 45 for juniors, which on a first come, first served basis.  The fee is $15, and paying the fee will get you signed up.  Please see Ms. Wood in the counseling office to sign up and pay.  Deadline for registration is October 7.

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September 21:  Open House - 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.  
DHS Counselors will provide an informational session for 9th and 10th grade parents and those parents new to the district during the evening of Open House-Monday, September 21st from 6:30-7:30 in the DHS Auditorium
Homecoming Week:  October 12 - 17

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Today, we honor all veterans who served this great nation. They are the true heroes in today's society. Please take time to thank those who you know have served in our nation's Armed Forces. To all of you who served, a sincere THANK YOU!

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Today’s Educational Support Professionals, or ESPs, do more than provide nutritious meals and transport our children to and from school; they also serve as positive role models for them.

Wednesday, November 18th is National Educational Support Professional’s Day. This is a day for recognizing the contribution ESPs make to education, and a time for all of us to say "thank you" for all they do to help our students every day.

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At a Glance

  • School Mascot: Demons
  • Colors: Red and White
  • Students: 1052
  • Teachers: 92
  • Support Staff: 32

Our Mission

The mission of Durango High School, a community-based partnership, is to ensure each student develops the positive character attributes and academic excellence necessary to compete and contribute in the global community, by providing tailored, engaging, and relevant educational opportunities within a safe and healthy environment.

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